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The Samsung Galaxy S II is a smartphone designed, developed, and marketed by Samsung Electronics with Android 2.3 "Gingerbread."

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home button replacement procedure

Has any one successfully replaced the home button on the Galaxy S2, the guide on motherboard removal is for a different model variant that has no button...

any help would be apprieciated

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you can use an app called button saviour from the play store and you dont have to use your home button,

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hi there,

the home button and soft key flex cable are obviously under the glass,

if the screen is an original factory fitted it is almost impossible to remove the screen from the midframe to replace, as the double sided tape samsung use is really strong and the lcd is wafer thin,i recently changed my screen and after a couple of weeks the menu key stopped working,i was very dubious to try and replace it but after a while i thought with the screen being new the adhesive might not be as strong, i heated the bottom of the screen and very very gently started to lift the screen with an opening tool, i was fortunate that when i eased it up the screen came away from the midframe as the adhesive in the centre of the screen had hardly stuck it and it was being held mainly by the adhesive round the edges and top and bottom,i replaced flex cable and all is fine now,i bought 10 broken screens and midframes of ebay to see if i could salvage any and make a complete unit, after heating screens and trying to remove them i smashed all 10 screens trying to remove from midframes,all the lcds broke right next to the bottom corners where the glass digitiser and screen are all bonded,

sorry for the long winded post, but hope this helps someone else.

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Thanks for your reply Eddie, yeah I but the bullet, took the rear cover off, and removed the USB board to find that , yes, the home button and it's circuit board are not removeable from the rear, I am not willing to try and lift the screen, so i think i will just have to live with it, unless i drop it one day and screen cracks...

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Addy Hash sarà eternamente grato.
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